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March 23, 1939     The Catalina Islander
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March 23, 1939

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SINGLE weekly at Avalon, Santa Catalina Island, California. Avalon's al~WSPaPer, containing the local news of this wonderfu! Island aseball training field for the Chicago "Cubs". Avalon: Year round mecca for tourists and travelers. Boating, bathing, golf, tennis, baseball, riding, fishing, hiking, marine gardens. Unexcelled accommodations. AVALON, .~ANTA CATALINA ISLAND, CALIFORNIA THURSDAY. MARCH 23. 1939 VOL. XXVt NO. 12 D MANY FEMININE GUESTS CATALINA GOLF "BAWLS" A STAR WILL BE BORN! GRACE ROTARY LUNCHEON WILLIAMS CLUB This Afternoon at by Play in ~t Puppet theater I~ El Encanto business meeting of the eld this Thursday after- in the Ladies Aid 3n street. A large at- in Evening t Successful season with bitious offering to (late, ayers will present their three-act play--a rol- "Meet the Dxlchess", Theatre, Thursday, P. M. Although the questmn is not of royal synthetic noblewoman-- :anv publicity stunt, \is- 'sals report that the pro- truly royal entertain- ~rieatured ~he artificialities ted un page 2, col. 1) NEWS ICT MEE'I:S HERE ~sday, March 15, proved m the history of Cat- 137. As the good into port, a spe- ll4 Auxiliares of the and their President, Mrs. -~re greeted by martial Scouts Bugle and and the reception com- 137. the entire group hope) to the so- unity Church, :lens luncheon awaited the hmcheon Avalon's entertained with !rful music. Miss Dor~ the Avalon juniors, iapenecas." the luncheon, the meeting to or- Opened in regular form. was handled with dis- those making their e Island, might take in .Special trips planned for tDeistrict is comprised of r r0ll call it was noted Were represented, which :Ord. attending this nteeting President of Los Council ; Beatrice abilitation chairlnan, ; Mary Ann 'tment chairman for, etin ; Mrs. Ethel of the Depart- '.rnia, and the officers of Trumbull is being district for Depart- sident at the next ~pproached and the for home, they )leasureand enjoy- trip. cleanness o{ our e such an impression :ties of the group re- and returned to sday's steamer. Ann Stevens. Ohairman of Publicity. FrRk~y .wa.s.. "Ladies' Day" wit.h 'the Rotary Club of Avalon, when members thereof brought lad), guests with: them to the numbe( of about forD. As the mnchcon drew to a close Huncey Gild,mr was introduced, and sang two nutnbers, Schubert's "Seren- ade", and "A Little Irish Girl", with" MJss Irene Moricich presiding at the piano. Vice-President Don Bussey had the gentlemen introduce the out-of-town ladies present, taking it for granted that the members of the club knew tile local feminine residents. President Fred t'aulson was feeliug quite jolly, and proceeded to lay down fines right and left, until he tried Al i3ombard--wno, .alas, was mmmne for the month of March---